EduRank updates for July 2015
Net Natives’ Digital Analyst, Katherine updates us on this month’s EduRank changes…
We have just updated the ranks with the latest social media data. We have seen some big changes around the top tens for both Universities and Colleges.
In the University rankings, The University of Birmingham climbed a staggering 30 places this month to claim the top spot of EduRank. In the College rank the biggest mover was Hadlow College which jumped 95 places to reach #9.
The top tens for both Universities and Colleges are shown below, or click here to see where your institution ranks.
|#1||University of Birmingham||+30|
|#2||Queen’s University Belfast||+3|
|#4||University of Sunderland|
|#5||The University of Glasgow||-4|
|#7||The University of Northampton||+3|
|#8||University of the West of Scotland||-1|
|#9||The University of Manchester||-3|
|#10||De Montfort University||-7|
|#2||The Manchester College||+7|
|#6||City College Norwich||-2|
|#7||Capel Manor College||-2|
|#8||City of Wolverhampton College||+14|
The University of Birmingham received some high interaction levels across their posts, averaging out at 1020 likes per post, 1012 shares per post and 59 comments per post. Helping it secure its top place.
Milton Keynes College, South Staffordshire College, Bishop Burton College, Cornwall College, Hereford College of Arts and Plymouth College of Art all dropped out of the top 10 College positions opening up for Gloucestershire College, Kirklees College, Blackburn College, City of Wolverhampton College, Hadlow College and Norland College to all place within the top 10.